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Anybody have an idea what the tax rate is or have experience with buying from this site in the US? Googled the import tax rate and got estimates from 2.5% for sunglasses to 360 bucks for a 600 dollar order....For our European friends:
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For our stateside friends, I'm fairly certain glasses are hit with a medical device import tax, no matter the amount.
Once I got to “drop ball certificate” I realized this was not for me.Anybody have an idea what the tax rate is or have experience with buying from this site in the US? Googled the import tax rate and got estimates from 2.5% for sunglasses to 360 bucks for a 600 dollar order....
yeah, if I was looking for another tortoise-esque pair, these would be right up my alley. love the look of the ArgyleLimited selection, but the EARLY code works for 20% off on JMM over at End Clothing. Another overseas vendor, but they say that all duties are included in your purchase price, which is also taxed, and you can be reasonably certain that there will be no surprises upon arrival. I’ve never had any additional charges and have ordered other sunglasses from them in the past.
I can personally vouch for how awesome those Fellinis are in Argyle!
torino is a fair amount larger proportionally. much closer to square while fellini is more rectangular/trapezoidal. Fellini has a similar thick browline which feels more prominent since its not as tall.Anyone with both the Fellini and Torino that can speak to how much wider the look of the Torino is? I realize there are other differences but they have a similar look.